Labor will explode our debt: Bernardi

Australian Conservatives Release

The latest Newspoll shows the Coalition primary vote is still about 10 per cent off what it received at the 2013 election when sound conservative policies were on offer.

That’s why it’s vital, to preserve genuine conservative values in Australian politics, that you vote “1” for your Australian Conservatives candidates in the Senate (on the white ballot paper).

The Conservative party is running Senate candidates in every state at next month’s federal election and no matter who wins government in the lower house of federal parliament, only Australian Conservatives Senators will be able to ensure that only common sense legislation passes the Senate.

The Coalition has had its dalliance with trying to be a so-called centrist party under Malcolm Turnbull.

As Graham Richardson might say, the mob worked out that being a centrist means not standing for anything.

To Bill Shorten’s credit, that is not an accusation one could make of Labor under a leader who has clearly nailed his socialist colours to the mast.

Shorten is promising the typical tax and spend policies that successive Labor governments have used to wreck our economy leaving generations to come hundreds of billions of dollars in debt.

On the other hand, Scott Morrison continues to try to please everyone in refusing to pull out of the insanity of the Paris Climate Agreement and removing the 20 year old Greens moratorium on even the consideration using nuclear power to solve our energy crisis.

Conservatives recognise a politician without conviction when they see one and will continue to bleed support from the Coalition for as long as they continue to feel disenfranchised.

For common sense, practical, principled, policies, vote “1” Australian Conservatives in the Senate.

Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has told Aaron Wright on Sydney radio station 2CH, if we’re unlcuky enough to get Bill Shorten as our next Prime Minister, only Australian Conservatives holding the balance of power in the Senate will be able to stop him.

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